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Council of Pfenning Librarians exchange bibliography

February, 1969




Bibliography by Alan M. Voorhees & Associates, Inc.

Review and Conclusions by the Colombian Research Corporation,
for the Instituto Colombiano de Planeacion Integral





Mrs. Mary Vance, Editor
Post Office Box 229
Monticello, Illinois 61856


CPL Exchange Bibliography 67

Council of Planning Librarians EXCHANGE BIBLIOGRAPHY 67


Colombian Research Corporation commissioned the basic work for
this bibliography from Alan M, Voorhees & Associates, Inc. and
then prepared the Review and Conclusions for their client
Instituto Colombiano de Flaneacion Integral.

The bibliography which is presented therewith includes the documents
which we believe most representative in the field of highway planning
during the last few years, especially in the U.S.A., the leading
country in these studies.

1. ABhaHAM, C: "Roads in Relation to Development." Institution of

Highway Engineers Journal , (Great Britain), September 1965 &
November 1965.

2. ALONSO, William: Location and Land Use . Harvard University Press,

Cambridge, 196U,

3. American Association of State Highway Officials: "A Symposium on

Peaceful Co-Existence between Freeways and Local Streets."
Convention Papers, I960 .

U. American Trucking Association: Highways, Trucks and New Industry :
A Study of Changing Fatterns in Plant Location . Washington,
D.C., 1963.

5. Arizona Highway Department: A Highway Related Economic Survey of

Casa Grande, Coolidge, Florence, ^esa and Surrounding Areas .
Phoenix, I960.

6. Arkansas State Highway Department: Economic Impact Study . Little

Rock, 1961.

7. Arkansas State Highway Department: Highway Economic Impact Study

in iiississir,.pi County . Little Rock, 1961.

8. Arkansas State Highway Department: measuring "conomic Changes

Resulting from Improving a Farm to market Road . Little Rock,

9. Arkansas State Highway Department: U. S. Route 70 Bypass Glenwood ,

An Economic Impact Study . Little Rock, 1967.

10. Automotive Safety Foundation: What Freeways i.ean to Your City .

Washington, D.C., 196U.

11. BARDWSLL and MERRT: "Measuring the Economic Impact of a Limited-

Access Highway on Communities, Land Use and Land Value. ,:
Highway Research Board Bulletin 268. I960.

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12. BARLOON, Marvin J.: "The Interrelationship of the Changing

Structure of American Transportation and Changes in Industrial
Location." Land Economics , hay 1965.

13. BEACHAMP, E.W.: "Modern Four-Lane Turnpikes Have Great Impact

on Agriculture." Highway Traffic , September 1962.

1U. BERMAN, CHINITS, HOOVER: Projection of a Metropolis . Cambridge,
Harvard University Press, 1961.

1$. DE BEER, A. R.: "The Economic Justification of Roads in Develop-
ing Countries." Road International No. 1*8, April 1963.

16. BERRY, ERLAN: Interregional Flow Forecasting Model: A General

Field Theory . University of Chicago, Department of Geography,
Chicago, 1966.

17. Blair and Stein Associates: Impact of the East-West and South-

Vest Expressways on the City of Baltimore . Washington, D.C.,

18. BLENSLY, R. C, "Benefits to Utilities from Rural Highway

Locations in Oregon". Highway Research Board Special Report 75.

19. BOVaRD, T. H.: "Concepts and Use of Land Economic Studies in

Highway Departments". American Right of Way Association ,
Proceedings of National Seminar ^ I96I1.

20. BOVARD, T. H. : "The Economic Impact of Freeways". Highway

Engineering Conference Proceedings . Ohio State University,
Columbus, 1965.

21. BOWERSOX, Donald J.: "Influence of Highways on Selection of

Six Industrial Locations". Highway Research Board Bulletin
268, I960.

22. BOYCE AND GOLDSTONE: "A Regional Economic Simulation Model for

Urban Transportation Planning". Highway Research Board Record
LU9, 1966.

23. BRADLEY, Carl H. : "Economic Impact of Highway Construction and

Right of Way Purchasing in Kentucky". Kentucky Highway Conference
Proceedings , 196l.

2U. Brill Engineering Corporation: Cross Brooklyn "xpressway, a

Limited-Access State-Federal Aided Highway "ith ..ultiple
Benefits for the Residents of Brooklyn and the Cif of - "ew York .
New York, 1967.

25. BROWN and HORn^L: "Estimating Highway Benefits in Underdeveloped

Countries". Highway Research Board Record 115, 1966.

26. BUFFINGTON, J. L. : The 'Economic Impact of Interstate Highway 10

on a Rural Area East of Houston . Texas Transportation Institute,
College Station, 1966.

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27. BUFFINGTON, J.L.: A study of the Economic Impact of Interstate

Highway 10 on Chambers County, Texas . Texas Transportation
Institute, College Station, 1966.

28. BUFFINGTON, J.L.: A Study of the Economic Impact of Interstate

Highway k$ on Conroe, Texas . Texas Transportation Institute,
College Station, 1966.

29. BUFFINGTON, J.L.: Restudy of Changes in Land Value, Land Use ,

and Business Activity along a Section of Interstate Highway 35
ia Austin, T - ;xas . Texas Transportation Institute, College
Station, 1961;.

30. BUFFINGTON and MEUTH: Restudy of Changes in Land Value, Land

Use, and Business Activity along a Section of Interstate Highway
35 in Temple, Texas . Texas Transportation Institute, College
Station, 196U.

31. BURTON and KNAFF: "Socio-Economic Change in Vicinity of Capital

Beltway in Virginia." Highway Research Board Record 75, 1965.

32. California Division of Highways: Beverly Hills Freeway Community

Benefit Analysis of Alternate Route Locations . Sacramento,
l_6l_ -

33. California Division of Highways: Community Benefits - A Suggested

Method of Analysis . Sacramento, 1963.

3U. California Division of Highways: The Effect of Freeways on

Neighborhoods, an Analysis of the Relationship of Mobility to
Community Values ^ Sacramento, 1967.

35. CAMPBELL, C.W.: Economic Problems Emerging as a Result of

Interchange Patterns on the Interstate Highway System in
Virginia ^ Richmond, Virginia, 1965.

36. CAMPBELL and NEWCOIiB: "The Challenge of Highway Technology in

Developing Countries." Highway Research Record 125, 1966.

37. CARLSON, Robert F. : "The Use of Evidence in Condemnation Cases."

Highway Research Board Special Report 76, 1962.

38. CELLA, Francis R. : "Highway Location and Economic Development."

Highway Research Board Bulletin 327, 1962.

39. CHEifflJER, Morrie: "Property Values as Affected by Highway

Landscape Developments." Highway Research Record 53.

UO. CHINITZ, Benjamin: "Differential Regional Economic Growth and

Changing Industrial Structure; Impact on and of Transportation."
In Conference on Transportation Research Proceedings ,
Woods Hole, Massachusetts, I960.

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111. CHRISTENSEN, A.H.: Economic Impact of Interstate Highway 35 on

Guthrie, Black -Te ll and Ferry, Oklahoma . Oklahoma State Highway
Department, Oklahoma City, 196U-65.

U2. COLONY, David C: Study of the Effect, If Any, of an Urban

Freeway upon Residential Properties Contiguous to the Right of
Way. Research Foundation, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio,

U3. COLWELL, Robert C: "Interactions"between Transportation and

Urban Economic Growth." Highway Research Board Record 2, 1963.

kh. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station: The Economic and

Social Effects of the Connecticut Turnpike on Eastern Connecti -
cut . Storrs, I960.

U5. CRIBBINS, HILL and SEAGRAVES: "Economic Impact of Selected

Sections of Interstate Routes on Land Value and Use." Highway
Research Board Record 75, 1965.

1|6. DANSEREAU, U.K.: "Highway Development: Attitudes and Economic
Climate." Highway Research Board Record 187, 1967.

U7. DANSEREAU, H.K.: Highway Development: Community Organization and
Social Stratification . Pennsylvania State University, Univer-
sity Far k, 1965.

U8. DARWIN, D.V.: "Roading in the National Economy." Australian
Road Research Board Bulletin No. 2, 1967.

U9 • DAVIS, J. Tait: "Parkways, Values and Development in the
Washington Metropolitan Region." Highway Research Board
Record 16, 1963.

50. DEEN, R.C.: Impact of 1-75 on the Local Economy between Walton

and Georgetown . Kentucky Department of Highways, Frankfort,

51. Delaware State Department: Delaware Highway Impact Study . Dover,


52. Delia Societa: "Economic Impact of the Autostrade (Toll Roads)

in Italy." Autostrade , No. 8, August, 196U.

53. DIXON, Brian: "Some Comments on Highway Impact Studies."

Canadian Good Roads Association Proceedings , 1962.

5U. DODGE, W.H.: Influence of a hajor Highway Improvement upon an
Agriculturally-based economy . .'isconsin Department of Trans-
portation, i-iadison, 19o6.

55. "Economic Impact of Highway Improvement Studies Completed as of

April 1, 1961." American Highways , Vol. UO, no. 3, July 1961.

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56. ERION and MITCHELL: Effects of Highway By-Passes on Five Montana

Counties . Montana University, Missoula, 1965.

57. EVANS, E.E.: Impact of Kokomo By-Fas s, 1950 to 196U. Purdue

University, Lafayette, Indiana, 1965-

58. FLETCHER, J. A.: A Study of the Early Effects of a Rural Interstate

Highway. Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, 1961.

59. FOWLER, SANDERS and STOCKS: A Pilot Study of Highway-Oriented

Business Development at Interchange Areas . West Virginia Univer-
sity, iiorgantovn, 1965.

60. FRANKLAND, Bamford: "Route Location - the Contribution of Land

Economic Studies." American Right of Way Association. Proceedings
of National Seminar , 1963.

61. FRIEDLAEKDER, Ann F. : The Interstate Highway System . North Holland,

Amsterdam, 1965.

62. FRIEDMAN and ALONSO: Regional Development and Planning: A

Reader . w.I.T. Press, Cambridge, 196U.

63. FROMM, Gary: Transport I nve_sjbment L j_nd Econom ic Development . The

Brookings Institution Transport Research Program, Washington,
D.C., 1965.

6U. GAMBLE, H.B.: "The Highway Interchange: Generator of Commerce."
American Road Guilder , vol. U3, no. 8, August 1966.

65. GAMBLE, H.B.: The Impact of Interchange Development on the

Economy of Clinton County. Pennsylvania State University,
College Station, 1965.

66. GAMBLE, RAPHAEL and SAUER LENDER: "Direct and Indirect Economic

Impacts of Highway Interchange Development." Highway Research
Board Record 1U9, 1966.

67. GARRISON, William L. : "Intra and Interurban Transportation

Networks". In Forrest Pitts, ed. Urban Systems and Economic
Development . University of Oregon, School of business Administra-
tion, "ugene, 1962.

68. GARRISON, William L. : Progress Report on a Study of Land Develop-

ment Problems at Freeway interchanges . Washington State Univer-
sity, Seattle, I960.

69. Georgia State College: i Study to Determine Economic Effects of

Highway Bypasses around Urban ^reas . Atlanta, not yet published.

70. GETTINGER and GRAHj : An Economic Impact of Interstate Highway 26

on Land Values and Land Use . South Carolina University,
Columbia, 1965.

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71. GIBBONS, Boyd H. ! "The Impact of Road Improvements on the Develop-

ment of Arizona's Indian Lands," Arizona Conference on Roads
and St reets, Proceedings , University of Arizona, Tucson, 1962.

72. GOLDSTEIN, Sidney: "Economic Consequences of Highway Improvements".

Highway C onference Proceedings , University of Tennessee,
Knoxville , 1961.

7^. GORE, Albert: "The 'Impact of the Urban Interstate Highway System
on Downtown Far king." International liunicipal workshop on Park -
ing Proceedings , 1962.

7h. GRANT and OGLESBY: "A Critique of ^ome Recent Economic Studies

Comparing Alternate Highway Locations." Highway Research Board
Bulletin 306, 1961.

75. GRAND and OGLESBY: "Economic Studies for Highways." Highway

Research Board Bulletin 306, 196l.

76. GROSSMAN and LEVIN: "Area Development and Highway Transportation."

Highway Research Board Record 16, 1963.

77. GROSSO, Anthony P.: "Land Values and Turnpikes." Massachusetts

University, Bureau of Government Research, School for Assessors ,
Proceedings , 1961.

78. HALL, William L. : "Impact Studies." Proceedings of western

Association of State Highway Officials , 1962.

79. HARRISON, Joseph W.: Methods Used to Study Effects of the

Lexington, Va. Bypass on business Volumes and Composition .
Virginia Highway Research Council, Richmond, 1962.

80. HARWITZ and HUNTER: Transportation and the Economy of Appalachian

Region . Transportation Center at Northwestern University Report
no. 66, Svanston, Illinois, 1966.

81. HENDRIX, Frank L. : "Economic Impact on By-Passed Business and

Adjacent Areas Due to the Interstate Highway Program."
American Right of Way Association, Proceedings , 1963.

82. HEMES, Robert G.: "Highways as an Instrument of conomic and

Social Change." Highway Research Board Special Report 56, I960.

83. HENSEN, MICHAEL and MATTHIAS: Impact of Lebanon By- Pass, 1950 to

1963. Purdue University, Report ^C-36-61oA, Lafayette, Indiana,
October 196U.

8U. Highway Research Board: "Benefits to Utilities from Highway
Locations." Special Report 75. Washington, D.C., 1962.

85. Highway Research Board: "Community Values as Affected by Trans-
portation". Highway Research rtecord 1, .-ashington, D.C., 1963.


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86. Highway Research Board: "Consequences of Highway Improvement."
Highway Research Record 16. Washington, D.C., 1963.

8?. Highway Research Board: "Economic Analysis in Highway Programming,
Location, and Design: Workshop Conference Proceedings."
Special Report 56. Washington, D.C., i960.

88. Highway Research Board; "Economic Impact of Highway Improvement."

Special Report 28. Washington, B.C., 1957.

89. Highway Research Board: "Forecasting Models and Economic Impact of

Highways." Highway Research Board Bulletin lk9* Washington,
D.C., 1966.

90. Highway Research Board: "Impact and Implications of Highway Improve-

ment." Highway Research Board Bulletin 311. Washington, B.C.,

91. Highway Research Board: "Indirect Effects of Highway Improvement."

Highway Research Board Bulletin 327. Washington, B.C., 1962.

92. Highway Research Board: "Indirect Effects of Highway Location

and Improvements." Highway Research Record 96. Washington, B.C.,
1965. ''

93. Highway Research Board: "Indirect and Sociological Effects of

Highway Location and Improvement." Highway Research Record 75.
Washington, B.C., 1965.

9k * Highway Research Board: "Some Evaluations of Highway Improvement
Impacts." Highway Research Board Bulletin 268. Washington, D.C.,

95. Highway Research Board: "Transportation Impacts and Attitude

Survey." Highway Research Record 187. Washington, D.C.,

96. Highway Research Board: "Will Wodel Building and the Computer

Solve Our Economic Forecasting Froblems?" Highway Research
Record li;9. Washington, D.C., 1966.

97. HILL, Frederick B. : "Highway llanning in Emerging N ations".

Consulting Engineer , January 1966.

98. HOUiES, E.H.: "The Impact of the Highway on Economic Development:

Highway Planning." American Highways , April 1967.

99. HOLSHOUSER, Eugene C: "An Investigation of Some Economic Effects

of Two Kentucky Bypasses: The Methodology." Highway Research
Board Bulletin 268, i960.

100. HORN, JohnW.: The Effect of Commercial Roadside Development on

Traffic Operations. North Carolina State College, Raleigh, I960.


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101. H0RW00D, Edgar M»: "Freeway Impact on Municipal Land Planning

Effort." Highway Research Board Bulletin 268, I960.

102. H0RW00D, ZELLNER and LUDWIG: "Community Consequences of Highway

Improvement." Highway Research Board National Cooperative Highway
Research Program Report 18, 196$.

103. HUHTANEN, Robert J.: A Study of the Effects of Freeways on Central

Business Districts . Clark University, Graduate School of
Geography, Worchester, Mass., 1961.

10ii. INC OF LAN - INTEGRAL: Carre tera Medellin-Bogata: Informe de Fact -
bilidad . hedellin, 1966.

105. Iowa State Highway Commission: Newton Economic Study, Interstate 80

Bypass. Ames, Iowa, 1966.

106. ISARD, Walter: Methods of Regional Analysis: An Introduction to

Regional Science . Wiley and the Technology Press of M.I.T.,
New York, I960.

107. JOHNSON, David S.: "Economic Analysis of Alternate Route Locations."

Highway Research Special Report 56, I960.

108. JOHNSON, Pyke: "Highway Research and the Market Place." Western

Association of State Highway Officials, Proceedings , I960.

109. JONES, John H. : "Economic Benefits from Development Roads in

Thailand." International Road Federation, Pacific Regional
Conference, Proceedings , 196lu

110. KILEY, Edward V.: "Highways as a Factor in Industrial Location."

Highway Research Record 75>, 1965*

111. KELLY, John F.: "Tulare Bypass: Community Hade Successful Adjust-

ment to Highway Change." California Highways and Fublic Works ,
Sacramento, May- June, 1956.

112. KINNEY, Paul T. : "The Impact of Traffic on Residential Property

Values and Retail Sales in Champaign- Urbana." Illinois Engineer -
ing Experiment Station Bulletin No. i;91j Urbana, 1966.

113. KNAPP, J.B.: "The Place of Highways in Economic Development."

Road International , April I963.

llU. KUHN, Tillo E. : "Economic Concepts of Highway Planning." Highway
Research Board Bulletin 306, 1961.

115. KUHN, Tillo E. : Public Enterprise Economics and Transportation

Problems . University of California Fress, Berkeley, 1962.

116. LAGO, Armando M. : "Cost Functions for Intercity Highway Transporta-

tion System in Under-Developed Countries: A Decision model on
Optimum Technology." Management Science , August 1966.


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117. LA TWO, HOHWOOD and GRAVES: "Freeway Development and Quality of

Local Planning." Highway Research Board Bulletin 3U3, 1962.

118. TAND and WOHL: "Evaluation of Highway Impact." Highway Research

Board Bulletin 268, I960.

119. LANSING, John B.: Transportation and Economic I-olicy . Free Press,

New York, 1966.

120. LASH, Michael: "Community Conflict and Highway Planning (The

Case of a Town That Did Not Want a Freeway)." Highway Research
Record 69, 1965.

3 2.1. I.KFEBER, Louis: "On the Interaction of Transportation and Regional
Development: Comments on Research hethodology." Conference on
Trans portation Research, Proceedings , Woods Hole, Massachusetts,


122. LSHR, R.L.: Relationship of the Highway Interchange and the Use of

Land in the State of Oklahoma . Oklahoma Center of Urban and
Regional Studies, 1965.

123. LEi-'LY, James H. : "Non-Vehicular Benefits from Utility Use of

Streets and Highways." Highway Research Board Special Report 75 >

12U. LEVIN, David R. : "The Impact of Highway Location on Urban Areas."
Road School, Proceedings , Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana,


125. LIVINGSTON, R.E.: "Land Use and Values as Determined from an

Economic Impact Studjr," Western Association of State Highway
Officials. Proceedings of Highway Planning Conference , 1959.

126. LOCKLIN, D. Fhilip: The Economics of Transportation . Richard D.

Irwin Publisher, Homewood, Illinois, 1966.

127. LOHR, A.F.: Early Impact of a Highway Improvement on an Urban

Area . Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, 1962.

128. LONGLEY. and GALEY: "A Statistical Evaluation of the Influence of

Highways on Rural Land Values in the United States." Highway
Research Board Bulletin 327, 1962.

129. HACBRIDE, Dexter: "Comments upon Land Economic Studies Related

to Highways." Western Association of State Hig hway Officials .
Proceedings of Highway Flr-nninp; Conference , I960.

130. iiACKIE, John C: "Highways and Economic Progress."

Right of Way Association, Proceedings, 196U.

131. MAIOLO and DANSERFAU: Differential Highway Use and Selectsd^Socio-

Economic Characteristics . Pennsylvania State University, insti-
tute for Research on Land and Water Resources. University Park,

10 ,

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132. "Major Bolivian Road Has Strong Impact." World Highways ,

March 196it.

133. MANHEIM, M.L. : High way Route Location as a Hierarchically Structured

Sequential Decision Process . M.I.T., Cambridge, 196U.

13U. MARTIN, MEhMOTT and BONE: Principles and Techniques of Predicting
Future Demand of Urban Area Transportation . M.I.T. Department
of Civil engineering. Research Report no. 38, Cambridge, 1961.

135. Massachusetts Department of Public Works: The Social and Economic

Impact of Highways on Massachusetts . Boston, 1961.

136. MC GARRY, Thomas F. : "On the Joint Development of Urban Housing

and Urban Freeways." Appraisal Journal , January 1967.

137. MC GILLEY, Frank J.: "The Study of the Economic Impact of Urban

Expressways upon Adjacent Areas." Canadian Good Roads Associa-
tion, Proceedings , I960.

138. MC GOUGK, B.C.: "Impact of Highway Improvements on Land Values

as Observed in Two Florida Studies." Right of 'way , December

139. MC GOUGH, B.C.: "Methodology for Highway Impact Studies."

Appraisal Journal , January 1968.

lUO. MC MONAGL 17, and HOTALIMG: The Impact of Highway Transportation on
Regional and Co mmun ity D evelopment . Michigan State University,
Institute for Community Development and Services, Technical
Bulletin No. E-U2, East Lansing, 196U.

lUl. MECK, J. P.: The Role of Economic Studies in Urban Transportation
Planning . U.S. Government Frinting Office, Washington, D.C.,
August 1965.

1U2. MEYER, KaIN and WOHL: The Urban Transportation Froblem . Harvard
University Press, Cambridge, 1965.

lli3. Michigan State University: Analyses of the Geographical Patterns
of Gross Land Uses and Changes in [lumbers of Structures in
Relation to Major Highways in the Low e r Peninsula of Michigan .
East Lansing, 1961.

lUU. Michigan State University: Effects of Highway Development on
Rural Lands . East Lansing, I960.

lU5. Minnesota University: The Economic Effects of a Highway Change
on Fairbault, Minnesota , i.inneap. lis, I960.

1U6. Minnesota University Highway Research Froject.

Adjusted to an Interstate Highway in Minnesota . Minneapolis,


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lh7. Missouri State Highway Commission: Boonville Economic Study .
Jefferson City, 1965.

Ili8. MOHRING, Herbert: The Nature and Measurement of Highway Benefits :
An Analytical Framework . Transportation Center, Northwestern
University, Evanston, Illinois, I960.

1U9. MOHRING and HARJITZ: Highway Benefits: An Analytical Framework .
Northwestern University Fress, vanston, Illinois, 1962.

150. MOOR"', C.T. et al: The Expected Economic and Social Impact of

Interstate Highways in the Industrial and Commercial Trading
Areas of Birmingham, Alabama. University of Alabama, University,

151. MOORE, Thomas et al: Regional Analysis of the Economic and Social

-Impact of Interstate Highways in the Employment and Retail
Markets Served by the b irmingham Area. Final Report . Alabama
Highway Department, Montgomery, 196?.

152. MORRILL, R.L. : "Highway Investment as a Flanning Tool for Area

Development." Highway Research Board Circular 35 , 1966.

153. MOUNSEI, C.L.: "County Roads as an Economic Factor on Land and

Froperty Values." Road School Proceedings , Purdue University,
Lafayette, Indiana, 1962.

15U. MULLEN, Russell H. : "Land Acquisition and Highways: Present
Impact and Future Prospects." Right of w ay , Los Angeles,
February 1967.

155. MURPHY, Robert J.: "Land Economic Studies in Arizona. " Arizona

Conference on Roads and Streets, Proceedings , University of
Arizona, Tucson, 196U.

156. NASH and V0S3: "Analyzing the Socio-Economic Impacts of Urban

Highways." Highway Research Board Bulletin 268, I960.

157. Nebraska Department of Roads: Plattsmouth By-Pass Study . U.S.

Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D.C., 1963.

158. NELSON, Claron E. : "Economic Implications of Utility u se of

Highway Locations in Utah." Highway Research Board Special
Report 75, 1962.

159. NEWCOMB, Robinson: "Highway Flanning for a Growing Economy."

Highway Research Board Proceedings 39, I960.

160. New York State Department of Transportation: ftorthway Economic

Impact Study . Albany, New York, 1965.

161. North Dakota Highway Department: Interstate Highway Impact in

Jamestown-Valley City area, A Sta :istic?l •-•r.alysis . Bismarck,
_6"o_ , .


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162. ODISR, Lionel: The Economic Benefits of Road Construct ion and

Improvements . Publications C8T0UP, Paris, 1962.

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